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Gedichte (German Edition) download ebook
ISBN:
348415523X
ISBN13:
978-3484155237
Author:
Ursula Regener
Publisher:
De Gruyter; 1 edition (May 16, 1997)
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Pages:
1044 pages
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1630 kb
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1868 kb
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4.9

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See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Gedichte: Zweiter Teil: Verstreute Und Nachgelassene Gedichte, Teil 3: Text.

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Published 1930 by Haessel in Leipzig. There's no description for this book yet. 318 p., Number of pages.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Kindheit und Kreide: Gedichte (German. Published by Suhrkamp (1986). ISBN 10: 3518025732 ISBN 13: 9783518025734.

Part Two of the historical-critical edition of Eichendorff's poems contains all those known poems (both complete and unfinished) not included by the poet in the authorized selection and grouping of 1841 (on which Volume I/1 of the present edition is based). The total number of these poems is 414, 165 of which have never been previously published. The material ranges from sketches abandoned in their early stages to poems finalized for printing, and is divided up into eight sections reflecting the respective state of completion. Each of these sections is arranged chronologically (publication and planned publication during the poet's lifetime come before posthumous manuscripts etc.).